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"Bombing Sudan’s air bases only way to protect innocents" — Because America surely needs another war

3 years agoNews : The Coming Crisis

I have seen what happens when the world turns its back and looks the other way. For 20 years I have worked in Sudan, helping its people struggle through the horrors of starvation and murderous attacks. During Sudan’s civil war, the people in the south were being butchered. Shockingly, it took the deaths of more than 2 million before the world finally called it genocide. When President George W.
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'Bomb Mecca': Military college taught young U.S. officers that 'Hiroshima-style' attacks were needed to win 'total war' with Muslim world

News : The Coming Crisis (3 years ago)

The US military taught officers that ‘Hiroshima’ tactics to wipe out entire cities may be needed to protect Americans in a ‘total war’ against the world’s 1.4 billion Muslims. The shocking option to target ‘the civilian population w... Read Post

Harry Pfanz, historian who wrote Gettysburg trilogy, dies at 93

News : Washington Post: Obituaries (58 minutes ago)

Harry W. Pfanz, a Civil War historian who wrote an acclaimed trilogy of the Battle of Gettysburg, a bloody clash in July 1863 that turned the tide of the war in the North’s favor, died Jan.?27 at his home in Gaithersburg, Md. He... Read Post

WorldViews: The world’s newest country is already on the brink of civil war. Here’s how it happened.

News : BlogPost (last year)

It was considered one of the world's great successes when, on July 9, 2011, South Sudan became an independent nation. After many unhappy years as a region of Sudan, the new country declared its independence with crucial support from... Read Post


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